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We are faced with many mundane decisions on a daily basis. Most are not that important, but there is a choice that will affect us well beyond on lives here - that will affect us for eternity - the decision to make the welfare of our soul the priority. Yet, most people don't give a moment's thought to where they will be after they die. We hope that today YOU will take the time, here and now, to consider YOUR soul. What way will you follow - God's way or you own way?
There are two brothers in the story of the prodigal son in the Bible. There is the disobedient and unappreciative son who prematurely takes his inheritance and leaves his father's home for a life of sin and excess in the big city. We have his father accepting him with love and forgiveness upon his return. But for his brother who considered himself okay, there was no forgiveness. No rejoicing over a sinning son that returned to his father. He remained outside the door of salvation.
The Bible claims that people are actually slaves - but rather to ourselves - to our own selfish desires - slaves to sin. The Bible says that this puts us into a bondage that we cannot escape through our own efforts. But there is a Saviour that God has provided. Christ came to save you from your sins and to give you freedom indeed.Have you been freed from YOUR shackles of sin? Have you ever had a time in your life when you came to Christ to be set free?
Salvation is only open to those who come "as a sinner" to Jesus. In our world today, there is so much emphasis on 'living and let live' as it were. No one wants to be corrected or questioned in any way. Well, the Bible makes it clear that we all belong under the classification of 'sinners' whether we like the term or not. That makes us all condemned. God longs to embrace the sinner in love and forgiveness. But we need to agree with God and come as a sinner to Calvary's cross in order to receive God's full and free forgiveness.
The gospel message that we present weekly on Anchorpoint is really not a complicated one. The message can be expressed in just 25 words. Twenty-five words that can mean the difference between eternal life and eternal death. "This is a faithful saying and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am chief." Yes, the Lord Jesus Christ came to do for us what we could never do for ourselves. Can you trust in the record that God has given us about it